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Crowd Erupts as Man in 'We the People' Shirt Is Thrown in Handcuffs, Hauled Out of State Senate Meeting

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During a meeting about discrimination based on COVID-19 vaccine status, three people were removed by police, including one man who was arrested while wearing a “We the People” t-shirt.

This is not a good look for America.

The incident occurred earlier this month in Salt Lake City, Utah, during a state Senate committee hearing on legislation that would prevent businesses and certain government entities from requiring vaccine passports, KSTU-TV reported.

It was a packed house with a contentious issue on the agenda, and Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee Chair Dan McCay had already been forced to call a recess, citing an unruly crowd, prior to the arrest.

Before reconvening the meeting, McCay reportedly issued a warning to remove signs and stickers that demonstrated support for House Bill 60, an edict that seemed to make things worse.

“They said you have to take everything off that’s political. Your stickers, your sign, we don’t allow waving. We’re going, ‘Tyranny. Welcome to Australia,'” witness Diane Anderson told the news outlet.

“There was a lot of people in there. He took off his sticker; he didn’t take his shirt off, and they had the........

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